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Strategic Issues in International Logistics

Strategic Issues in International Logistics

Feb. 27 | IN the last two years, we have seen increasing consolidation, through mergers or acquisitions, in the global logistics and forwarding industry. For many in the industry, the concern is how this will impact on their business. For importers and manufacturers,...

Tariff Reduction for ASEAN-China Free Trade Area

Tariff Reduction for ASEAN-China Free Trade Area

Feb. 13 | LAST January 12, 2006, the Philippine government issued EO No. 487, which effectively reduced the tariff rates of certain imported articles from China and other ASEAN countries as part of the normal track agreement under the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area...

Import shipment charges must be regulated, according to forwarders’ group

Import shipment charges must be regulated, according to forwarders’ group

Feb. 1 | THE Alliance of Concerned Freight Forwarders, Inc. (ACFFO) is asking the national government to regulate charges levied on shippers, particularly charges for import shipments. "The government should regulate import-related charges being...

SBMA opens cruise passenger terminal

SBMA opens cruise passenger terminal

Feb. 1 | THE Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) recently opened the Global Passenger Terminal, the first passenger ship terminal in the country, to accommodate international cruise ships traveling around the Asia-Pacific region. "This new manifestation...

Regional ports surpass customs collection targets

Regional ports surpass customs collection targets

Feb. 1 | FOUR of the country’s regional ports topped the list of commercial gateways that posted the highest customs collection for the past year while Manila’s domestic and international ports fell short of their respective collection targets. The...
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